If you seek and receive medical care right away, it helps connect your injuries to the motorcycle accident.

Preserve Evidence of the Motorcycle Accident

Do not allow your motorcycle to be scrapped, even if it’s totaled. Find out where the towing company is taking the motorcycle so you can preserve it and use it as evidence if necessary.

Also, write down what you can remember about the accident. Your memory will fade over time, and your notes will help to refresh your memory.

Take and save photographs of the accident scene, vehicles, and your injuries. Ask eyewitnesses for their contact information and keep it in a safe place. Your attorney may contact witnesses who can provide testimony about how the accident happened.

Call the Law Office of Jason R. Schultz, PC today at 1-404-474-0804, and schedule your free consultation.

What Not to Do After a Motorcycle Accident

Do Not Give a Recorded Statement

The insurance company may contact you and try to get you to give a recorded statement. Do not agree to a recorded statement until you speak with a lawyer.

The insurance company might take your words out of context and twist them to mean something you did not intend. They may do this to reduce the value of your claim. Your lawyer can protect you, so always speak with your lawyer first.

Do Not Apologize

Do not express regrets or apologies. Even if you reflectively say, “I’m sorry,” the other party or the insurance company might say this is an admission of fault.

Make sure everybody is okay and be honest, but be careful about what you say to the other party, the police, and anybody else you speak with after the accident.

Talk to a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Get help from an injury lawyer. The Law Office of Jason R. Schultz can help you file insurance claims, build a compelling case to prove liability, establish the value of your damages, and negotiate a fair settlement. We can even take your case to trial if necessary.

Call the Law Office of Jason R. Schultz, PC today at 1-404-474-0804, and schedule your free consultation. We do not charge legal fees until you get compensation.

Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.